Days 24 + 25

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Gah! I’m falling behind on my blog posts! I’m going to keep this pretty short and sweet, I will say that I LOVE having meals prepped Sunday night, so breakfast and lunch for most of this week (especially since it’s a short one for Easter!) are good to go! I’m warming up to the Food Planner App, I suggest you give it a shot if you want to organize you meals and grocery shopping on your smart phone :)

Day 24 (Sun)

Breakfast: Sweet Potato Hash with Chorizo Sausage, onions, peppers, spinach, kale and 2 eggs. A reason to look forward to the weekend!

Breakfast Hash with Eggs

Love. Love.

Lunch/Snack: Bacon Cabbage. I’ve made this before, and I will continue to make it. So GOOD! I have learned though that despite the cabbage being cooked, it makes me extra gassy… so I need to watch my timing of when I eat it LOL

Dinner: BUTTER CHICKEN! I’ve posted my recipe HERE. Go to it and make it for yourself. Please. It’s very very good! Served on a bed of spinach.

Best Butter Chicken

Seriously. I’d eat this everyday if I wasn’t afraid of getting sick of it…

Day 25 (Mon)

Breakfast: Roasted Veggies (brussell sprouts, radishes, onion, beets and chorizo sausage) + 2 hard boiled eggs

Lunch: Leftover Spaghetti Squash Spaghetti (I liven up the spaghetti squash a bit by drizzling some olive oil on it + garlic powder, works well, should try with real garlic)

Mountain of Spaghetti

It’s mountain of food! I didn’t actually finish all of this for lunch… saved some for a snack later.

Snack: Green pepper, celery and leftover spaghetti squash spaghetti

Dinner: Leftover Butter Chicken. I just cannot get enough. Served over spinach.

Thoughts: I need to watch out for eating too much before I work out, on Sunday I ate a bit too much bacon cabbage (cause it’s so good!) before I hit the gym, and it was not a fun feeling to be that full at the gym. It’s better to go a little bit hungry, then have a post workout meal.

What are your favourite post workout meals? What’s your routine like?

xo BB

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